While this is a neat park to visit, there is limitedcamping available here. There are 39 RV sites with water, electric (dump station provided as well), grills, picnic tables and a paved pad not ideal for tenting. However, there are nice restrooms with clean hot showers.
Given the feel of this facility and its amenities, I feel as though this is primarily a day use facility. Full of historical buildings, interpretive information and other artifacts. This is a popular spot for school field trips, so if you're visiting during the school year don't be surprised if there are kiddos running around.
Whether you are camping or not, admission is only $2/person and there is a nice visitor's center full of helpful information to help understand the significance of the park.